“Perpetrators must be held to account,” said a spokesperson for the UN high commissioner for human rights.
More than 1,000 people have died in the earthquake. Meanwhile, nearly half of Afghanistan’s people face acute hunger.
The extradition, trial and conviction of Assange would have frightening ramifications for investigative journalism.
As Julian Assange prepares to face espionage charges, human rights groups are condemning the U.K.’s decision.
BlackRock and Vanguard own 26% of gunmaker Ruger, whose directors are tied to harmful industries and causes.
Obama blocked military sales to Nigeria, but Trump let them resume. Congress now needs to ask tough questions of Biden.
The ERA is a nearly 100-year-old measure that would enshrine equal rights for all genders in the Constitution.
Egyptian political prisoner Alaa Abd El-Fattah, voice of the Arab Spring revolutions, began a hunger strike on April 2.
Abu Akleh’s family urged the U.S. and international community to open an investigation and “put an end to the killings.”
Israel killed journalist Shireen Abu Akleh as she was documenting Israeli war crimes.